Peter Dutton's citizenship test fails
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton's proposed citizenship test has been nixed by the Senate.
Migrants wanting to become Australians will have their applications will be processed under the current rules.
In what is being seen as a major backdown from the Federal Government, which earlier this year announced proposed changes to make it harder for migrants to become Australians.
It would have meant that required applicants live in Australia for four years on permanent residency visas and demonstrate "competence" in English.
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